Ian Warden is a columnist for The Canberra Times
Ian Warden It's amazing to think that today's youngsters will inherit a world in which 3D photocopying of bodyparts will be commonplace.
Ian Warden One hundred years ago this week The Australian Worker offered "A note of hope in these distressful times".
Ian Warden The "Australian Dictionary of Biography" has produced a digital map of Ludwig Leichhardt's expedition from Moreton Bay to Port Essington in 1844.
Ian Warden Guinness World Records recognises Ashgabat, the capital of energy-rich Turkmenistan, as 'White-Marble City'.
Ian Warden Canberra UAV (drone) team wins $50,000 for saving lost tourist in the Outback.
Ian Warden Perhaps it's because the world of human behaviour is so shocking that this column turns so often to topics of blameless wildlife.
Ian Warden Miraculously improved Australian male physique represented in soldiers off to war 100 years ago.
Ian Warden What on earth is the pale damsel in our picture wearing? Read on, and all will be half-explained.
Ian Warden One hundred years ago this week all Australian papers were publishing, with embellishments, stories of how the Huns, in their infidel barbarity, had been shelling the ancient cathedral at Rheims in...
Ian Warden We are suffering the 27th Floriade but there is another older, far more discerning Canberra floral celebration.
Ian Warden Why do our ravens nest in trees and why do they never, unlike so many of their northern hemisphere corvid cousins, nest on the faces of cliffs?
Ian Warden One hundred years ago this week readers of the Braidwood Dispatch were thrilling to the feats of Scottish heroes Wallace and Bruce.
Ian Warden Life is full of waiting around, so doesn't it make sense to have decent furniture to sit on?
Ian Warden Great War patriotic fever was especially feverish at a Melba Patriotic Concert in the Sydney Town Hall 100 years ago this week.
Ian Warden Ina Popplewell and her songs live on in folklore.
Ian Warden What are these happy souls carrying in those plastic bags? You'll never guess. Begins with a T. Give up?
Ian Warden Scottish independence fervour is not new.
Ian Warden One hundred years ago this week, columnist "Clio" of Melbourne's "Punch" was worried about how dangerous Melbourne was for young soldiers.
Ian Warden An old bamboo crucifix has drawn a Japanese bishop to Canberra.
Ian Warden ACT is rich in longhorn beetles and now there's an award-winning book dedicated to the species.